The NIACC/Osage Community Education Center opened in 1996 in conjunction with the opening of the new Osage Public Library. A variety of educational opportunities are offered at the library, the high school, and other locations throughout the Osage area.
Click here to request information from Community Education Coordinator Pam Durrwachter.
If you have identified a Community Education class or another non-credit offering you’d like to take, click here to register online.
Community Education Opportunities
Through NIACC community education, you may……..
Grow professionally through business & industry training, including computer classes and management seminars.
Earn college credit (toward an Associate of Arts degree) through classes at the center and/or high school. Offerings range from art and philosophy to algebra and economics.
Get a head start on college through high school programs including Tech Prep or Postsecondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) courses.
Learn first aid, basic cardiac life support, and other skills through health education programs.
Take advantage of a variety of student services – including financial aid, assessment, registration, and counseling – without leaving town.
Renew your professional license through continuing education courses. Participants include real estate brokers, insurance agents, funeral directors, physicians, emergency medical technicians, nurses, etc.
Enrich your life by finding a new hobby or interest from dancing to crafts.
Osage Credit Classes
See the NIACC class schedules for credit courses offered in Osage. Look for rooms listed as OSGE.
Cathy Lee Simon
NIACC Program Associate Office
United Church of Christ
630 State Street
Osage, IA 50461